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Warn 9.0Rc Rock Crawling Winch

Rancho HUMMER H3Clackamas, WA - Competitive rock crawling means tackling tough climbs and tight turns. That's why rock crawling rigs need a low-profile, lightweight winch like the WARN 9.0Rc that delivers maximum power in a compact, 54-lb. unit.

Like its professional counterpart, the 9.0R, the 9.0Rc is a short-drum, 9,000 lb. capacity winch that features a 4.8 hp Series Wound Motor for fast line speeds. An exclusive, multi-segment Cam Actuated Brake gives positive operator control during winching.

The 9.0Rc comes standard with 50' of 3/8" diameter synthetic rope. Other features include: a chromate undercoating and gloss red paint that provide superior corrosion resistance; a rugged, 360-degree swivel hook and thimble; an aluminum hawse fairlead; extreme duty winch sealing; and a "Ballistic Nylon" Sliding Sleeve that provides extra protection against abrasion and wear.

The 9.0Rc - a winch built for rock crawlers looking for efficiency, reliability and the legendary WARN performance.

9.0Rc SPECS/PART NUMBER
Part Number: 71550
Rated Line Pull: 9000 lbs. (4080 kgs.) single-line
Motor: Series Wound, 12V 4.8 hp
Remote Control: Remote switch, 12' (3.7m) lead
Geartrain: 3-Stage Planetary
Gear Ratio: 216:1
Lubrication: Aeroshell #17
Clutch (freespooling): Sliding Ring Gear
Brake: Automatic Direct Drive Cone
Drum Diameter/Length: 2.75"/4.75" (7.0cm/12cm)
Weight: 54 lbs. (24.8 kgs)
Rope: 50', 3/8" Synthetic Rope
Fairlead: Polished Aluminum Hawse
Recommended Battery: 650 CCA minimum for winching
Battery Leads: 2 gauge, 72" (1.83m)
Finish: Chromate with high-gloss red paint
Nuts/Bolts: PN 39625

PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Line Pull
Lbs.(Kgs.) Line Speed
FT./min(M/min.) Motor
Current Pull by layer
layer/Lbs(Kgs.)
0 42 (12.8) 80 amps 1/900 (4082)
2000 16 (4.88) 200 amps 2/7280 (3302)
4000 11.9 (3.63) 285 amps 3/6670 (3026)
6000 9.79 (2.98) 350 amps 4/6230 (2826)
8000 8.01 (2.44) 435 amps
9000 6.4 (1.94) 465 amps


Above performance specs are based on first layer of drum


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